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Geografia antroponimică

Publication: Limba română, LXIV (3), p. 427-430
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Abstract:[Anthroponymic geography]
Anthroponymic geography is a new method of onomastic research meant to highlight the spreading in the territory of a name, mostly family name on the basis of knowing its frequency within a territorial administrative unit.
Anthroponymic geography has in a view both a diachronic research and a synchronic one as well.
On the basis of using this research method one may establish: a) the spreading in territory of a family name; b) its origin in a dialectal name and the name migration in other areas; c) the consequences of name changes, especially by translation, as a result of political reasons.
Key words:
  • frecvenţă antroponimică, dialectologie, schimbări de nume
  • anthroponymic frequency, dialectology, name changes
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 3

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